Jorge Mendes has reportedly offered Barcelona attacker Ansu Fati to Premier League clubs Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United.
According to a report by Spanish outlet SPORT, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United will have the chance to sign Ansu Fati. Jorge Mendes has offered the Barcelona attacker to the three Premier League clubs. And a departure in the summer transfer window might be on the cards.
Ansu Fati has endured a frustrating few years after breaking into the Barcelona first team in August 2019. The 20-year-old was supposed to be the heir apparent to Lionel Messi and looked the part in the early days. But persistent fitness issues have stunted his progress, reducing his stature at FC Barcelona.
The Spanish international has been a rotation option under Xavi Hernandez this season. And Fati’s record of six goals and three assists in 37 appearances across all competitions is not impressive enough. But the Barcelona attacker’s potential remains high, and Jorge Mendes has offered him to Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United.
All three Premier League clubs are reportedly interested in signing Ansu Fati. And recent reports have claimed that Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United have made moves to sign the Barcelona attacker. But it is unclear how the Barcelona attacker might fit in the scheme of things at any of the three teams.
Arsenal recently signed Leandro Trossard, and Mikel Arteta has two superb left-wingers at his disposal. Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp also has several options for the left-wing berth in his squad. Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota, Darwin Nunez, and Cody Gakpo can reprise the role. So it is unclear how Fati will fit at Anfield.
As for Manchester United, Marcus Rashford will likely start as the first-choice left winger if they sign a striker in the summer. But the Red Devils remain keen on signing the Barcelona attacker. And with Jorge Mendes offering the 20-year-old to Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United, a summer move might be on the cards.
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Barcelona might demand a nine-figure sum to part ways with the Spanish international. And amid Financial Fair Play regulations, it is not surprising why they want to recoup a hefty sum from his sale. But it will be interesting to see how much Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United will be willing to pay.
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